Sunday, February 11, 2018
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World coffee exports down 6.7 percent in December, flat year-on-year

LONDON, UK – World coffee exports amounted to 10.62 million bags in December 2017, compared with 10.54 million in December...

The new Head of Operations at Ico Gerardo Patacconi takes up post

Gerardo Patacconi, the new Head of Operations at the International Coffee Organization, has taken up his post. Mr Pataccon...

ICO Report: Coffee market turns negative as Robusta prices decline

LONDON, UK – The ICO composite indicator price averaged 117.26 US cents/lb in November 2017, down 2.3% from October 2017. ...

ICO reports record production and exports for coffee year 2016/17

LONDON, UK – Total exports in September 2017 reached 8.34 million bags, compared to 9.8 million in September 2016, accordi...

Coffee market ends CY 2016/17 in deficit for the third consecutive year

LONDON – The ICO composite indicator continued its downward trend that started at the end of August, averaging 124.46 US c...

Sunday is International Coffee Day! A celebration of the world of coffee

It's International Coffee Day this coming Sunday 1st October. Starting on Friday, 29 September, and culminating on Sunday,...

International Coffee Council open today in Yamoussoukro, Côte d’Ivoire

YAMOUSSOUKRO, Côte d’Ivoire – The 120th Session of the International Coffee Council and other meetings begins today until ...

Coffee prices fall, after reaching 4‐month highs, as market is well‐supplied

LONDON – The ICO composite indicator rallied briefly to above 135 US cents/lb but quickly fell back to the level of June. ...

World Coffee Producers Forum plots roadmap to face common challenges

MEDELLIN, Colombia – The first World Coffee Producers Forum, which brought together representatives of the whole coffee value chain, concluded this Wednesday with a Final Declaration that includes an Action Plan to face common challenges, among other specific measures.

ICO head expresses concerns about long-term world coffee supplies

MEDELLIN, Colombia – The executive director of the International Coffee Organization (ICO) José Sette said on Tuesday that he was "concerned" about global coffee supplies over the next five years because of low prices and climate change. "In many countries, prices are not considered remunerable ...